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On a Path to Artificial Brains

2020-05-13T21:59:20+00:00April 22nd, 2020|

On a Path to Artificial Brains via EETimes Now that computers are ubiquitous, we are looking for more ways to delegate to them the tasks that we were previously content to perform ourselves: operating industrial robots, driving cars and detecting disease. That transition has propelled advances in new approaches, including neuromorphic computing. Since computers were [...]

Virtual Conference turns AI Chips into Reality

2020-05-13T21:56:29+00:00April 21st, 2020|

Virtual Conference turns AI Chips into Reality via EET India The virtual Linley Spring Processor Conference was heavily influenced by AI chips and IP from both established companies and startups, much like last year’s Fall Processor Conference. This is a trend that shows no sign of abating any time soon. Some of the presenting companies [...]

System on a chip takes IoT processing to the edge

2020-04-23T21:10:09+00:00April 20th, 2020|

System on a chip takes IoT processing to the edge via TechRepublic These smart systems can help edge computing move to the next level. A system on a chip (SOC) combines hardware and software, including components like a graphical processing unit (GPU), a central processing unit (CPU) and system memory (RAM) all on single chip If the [...]

Keyword Spotting: From ‘Hey, Siri’ to Advanced Voice-Activated Apps

2020-04-18T01:04:00+00:00April 18th, 2020|

Keyword Spotting: From ‘Hey, Siri’ to Advanced Voice-Activated Apps via EETimes A natural-language processing technique known as keyword spotting is gaining traction with the proliferation of smart appliances controlled by voice commands. Voice assistants from Amazon, Google, Apple and others can respond to a phrase that follows a “hot word” such as “Hey, Google” or [...]

BrainChip and Socionext expect Akida silicon in Q3

2020-04-17T23:49:36+00:00April 17th, 2020|

BrainChip and Socionext expect Akida silicon in Q3 via ElectronicsWeekly.com BrainChip and Socionext expect engineering samples of their neural net processor Akida in Q3. They are being made on a TSMC MPW run. BrainChip has developed the Akida neural networking processor which brings AI to Edge devices in a way that existing technologies are not [...]

The Challenges of Building Inferencing Chips

2020-04-17T23:54:05+00:00February 27th, 2020|

The Challenges of Building Inferencing Chips via Semiconductor Engineering As the field of AI continues to advance, different approaches to inferencing are being developed. Not all of them will work. Putting a trained algorithm to work in the field is creating a frenzy of activity across the chip world, spurring designs that range from purpose-built [...]

The Linley Group Microprocessor Report Highlights BrainChip’s Akida™ Spiking-Neural-Network Processor

2020-04-29T17:22:49+00:00October 31st, 2019|

The Linley Group Microprocessor Report Highlights BrainChip’s Akida™ Spiking-Neural-Network Processor via Business Wire Report examines applications of Akida’s capabilities around pattern identification in unlabeled data BrainChip Holdings Ltd. (ASX: BRN), a leading provider of ultra-low power, high performance edge AI technology, today announced that The Linley Group has completed an analysis of the company’s Akida™ processor platform. [...]